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Nami Island, “A Paradise for Lovers”
Hailed as the Ideal Spot for Wedding Photography

- A Knockout for Wedding Photography at all Seasons
- The Issuance of Naminara Republic Marriage Certificate


On May 15th, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family announced 18 most famous and attractive self- wedding photography spots that are selected among six regions (Seoul, Gangwon-do, Chuncheong-do, Gyeongsang-do, Jeolla-do and Jeju-do) by 15 professional wedding photographers. The representative Hallyu (Korean wave) tourist site, Nami Island, is one of them.

Nami Island has always been an eye-catcher for both domestic and foreign newlyweds. As a noted tourist site, Nami Island has seen a continuous wave of photographers and tourists coming to enjoy not only the well-known Metasequoia Lane and Ginkgo Tree Lane, but also the charm and glamor of four seasons. Especially those from South-East Asian countries where wedding hairpiece autumn and winter are beyond reach, prefer to take wedding photos against the backdrop of autumn crimson maple trees and winter white-snowy landscapes.

Once the entrance fee is paid, wedding photos can be taken freely anywhere on the island. Six dressing rooms, including the one in Hotel Jeonggwanru, are available for changing clothes at no cost. Moreover, the couples can also receive the Naminara Republic Marriage Certificate in commemoration of their special moment on Nami Island.

Last December, Nami Island is also introduced by Forbes, an American economic magazine as one of the ten most beautiful winter wedding photography spots in the world. Forbes journalist Michelle Yuan described Nami Island in the article 10 Amazing Locations Around the World to Take Pre- Wedding Photographs This Winter as “made famous by Korean television, the natural beauty of island is present at any time of the year. You will get great shots with the imposing trees blanketed in a layer of snow”, and added a romantic wedding photo aside displaying the couple’s amorous gesture in the magical winter of Nami Island.

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